The 2015 Arizona Master Slave Contest is now accepting applications

The Arizona Master Slave contest is accepting applications!

This contest celebrates the Master/slave dynamic and is a positive outreach to the community at large in an effort to promote, educate and build upon healthy Master and slave relationships. The contest is for couples who self identify as Master and slave or Owner and property, regardless of age, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation. Contestants must be at least 21 years of age and have been in a declared Master and slave  or Owner and property relationship at least one year prior to the date of the contest.

The holders of the Arizona Master and slave 2015 title will be the Arizona State spokespersons for the Master and slave community through 2016. Title holders must have the ability to effectively communicate to the community what it means to live and identify as Master or slave.

It is expected that title holders will actively seek venues to educate the Leather/BDSM community on the Master/slave lifestyle. Presentations should include: speeches, seminars, panel discussions, etc. It is also expected that title holders actively pursue fundraising for the charity of their choice as a way of giving back to the community.

The Arizona Master and slave titles are not about a particular “look,” dress, body type, gender or sexual orientation. There is no required set of protocols the winners are expected to follow. Contestants are not required to have a formal “platform”; however, questions from the judges regarding any specific plans or goals the contestants might have should they win the titles are quite appropriate.

This title contest is an exclusive feeder from Arizona into the Southwest Regional Master and slave Contest held in January, at theSouthwest Leather Conference in Phoenix, AZ.  The Southwest title is one of five feeder titles that compete in the International Master and slave Contest held at South Plains LeatherFest in Dallas, TX.

The 2015 Arizona Master and slave will compete for the Southwest title in January of 2016.  Should this pair win that contest, they will move on to compete at the International contest in March of 2017.  This gives the title holders approximately a year with their title before moving on to the next level of competition.

In addition to their speaking and teaching obligations, the Arizona Master and slave will receive private and group coaching prior to Southwest Leather Conference so they will be at their most polished to represent Arizona.

To learn more about the contest you can visit the Arizona Master Slave Contest Website.

Supporting diversity and excellence in our contestants, judges and staff. We want to show the Southwest the best of what Arizona has to offer!



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